The Arizona Battleground

By Olivia Murray Published: March 3, 2022 Noon EST (2 minute read) Arizona is rich with history bound to make any American patriot proud. The final contiguous territory to receive statehood, Arizona was truly the last frontier. In 1893, famous historian Frederick Jackson Turner presented his namesake thesis, positing that American character was defined by […]

Remembering the Alamo

By Olivia Murray Published: February 24, 2022 Noon EST (2 minute read) On February 23, 1836, forces under the Mexican general Santa Anna attacked a Texan fort; the Alamo. The following day, the commander of the Americans sent a letter requesting reinforcements. Below is the correspondence of William Barret Travis, the commander of the Alamo. […]

Proud Human Butcher on the Loose

By Olivia Murray Published: February 22, 2022 Noon EST (2 minute read) Between the platforms of the two major American political parties, one explicitly enumerates the right to life for a child in the womb: The Republican Party.  From the 2016 revised platform, “We assert the sanctity of human life and affirm that the unborn […]

A California State of Emergency

By Olivia Murray Published: February 15, 2022 Noon EST (2 minute read) On Sunday afternoon, millions tuned in to watch one of America’s oldest traditions, Super Bowl Sunday. Despite being held in the heart of Los Angeles, where some of the country’s strictest Covid-19 ordinances and mandates remain in effect, for the Hollywood celebrities and […]

Domestic Enemies of the Constitution and the Citizenry

By Olivia Murray Published: November 18, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) This is a unique time in history. The very people and institutions that were installed to conserve and protect American life and legacy have become their biggest enemies. The custodial agency of our founding documents declared them to be injurious to the reader; […]

Importance of a Well-Informed Citizenry

By Olivia Murray Published: November 16, 2021 Noon EST (3 minute read) On September 17 in 1787, the greatest American thinkers gathered together as delegates to the Constitutional Convention. As Benjamin Franklin left the Pennsylvania State House, he was approached by an inquisitive citizen. The young American asked, “What kind of government do we have?” […]

Do Vaccine Mandates Make Sense?

By Olivia Murray Published: October 7, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) For the minds on the American Left, ideologies are blowing in the wind. Due to the nature of subscribing to subjective truth and morality, there is no consistency, and therefore, principled thought is an impossibility. This reality is on prominent display now more […]

Maricopa Mishap: What Really Happened in Arizona?

By Olivia Murray Published: September 28, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) For months, an independent firm has been conducting a forensic audit of the most recent election results of Arizona’s Maricopa County. Hours before the final report was to be made public, mainstream media outlets and the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors went into […]

One Nation, Without God

By Melissa K Published: September 21, 2021 Noon EST (5 minute read) In the wake of current events, it is evident that America is being run by a godless Oligarchy. What has occurred in Afghanistan over the last month, and America the last year, points to the hard reality that the only lives that matter […]

We the People of Brazil

By Olivia Murray Published: September 9, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) Just two days ago, on September 7, Brazil celebrated 199 years of independence. More than 3 million Brazilian citizens took to the streets; but what made this Independence Day so historic? Despite almost two centuries of national autonomy, Brazilians are facing impending authoritarianism […]

Dystopian Nightmare in Australia

By Olivia Murray Published: August 24, 2021 Noon EST (2 minute read) “If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever.” In 1949, George Orwell (Eric Blair) published these immortal words in what is arguably his most notable novel, “1984.”  What was written as cautionary fiction […]